Each and everyday, vehicles get stack or get fault using the stretch.
That is not even all, since the roads are in bad shape, soil erosion has also set in. Pipelines have been exposed due to the erosion. Vehicles who ply on the road have no option than to pass on the leaked pipelines. This normally causes a blast of the pipeline. It has been over three years now, each and every single day, there is a recorded case of burst pipeline.
Residents are not happy about the situation. A journey which can take them just 5 minutes will now take them over an hour due to the deplorable nature of the road.
The road has never been constructed before since the beginning of all time. And each everyday, it get worse. We are in the raining season and the erosion is not stopping now. They plead on government to come to the aid.
This road is located Abuakwa which is a suburb of Kumasi. Right from Abuakwa police station down to Canaan is where this issue is.
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